2020 Queen Morgan Kiser

2020 Queen Morgan Kiser

2020 Honey Queen, Morgan Kiser

Morgan Kiser, 2020 Collin County Honey Queen, is the 18 year-old daughter of Matt and Michelle Kiser. She started beekeeping in 2018 when her brother received the CCHBA scholarship. She will be attending college as a Violin Performance major in the fall semester. In addition to beekeeping, she likes to play violin and piano, listen to music, read, cook, do needlework, and spend time outdoors.

2020 Princess Kaitlyn Huckle

2020 Princess Kaitlyn Huckle

2020 Honey Princess, Kaitlyn Huckle

Although I am currently part of my family’s honey bee business, I wasn’t always as involved in the bee world; as a matter of fact, in the past I was very hard-hearted toward bees. To my younger, uneducated self, bees were simply stinging insects that you definitely didn’t want to agitate. However, over the years I have had to adapt to the continuous increase of these insects in my family’s life, and it has actually opened the door for me to pursue something I am genuinely interested in; working with children. I have always been involved with children. It started with me babysitting here and there, teaching the youth group at my church, and quickly evolved and tied into my first job; teaching kids how to swim at the Plano Parks and Recreation Center. Outside of bees and working with children, my main interest is none other than soccer. I have played competitive soccer since the age of 4 and I currently play for my high school soccer team with the hope of continuing on into college. I feel that God has undoubtedly blessed me with this opportunity to continue teaching children, and I truly hope to make an impact in kids lives as they learn to love bees the way I have.